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Sunrise In Gloomy Gulch - DKC2 Remix (Feat. Deathly Ill)

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Collaboration: BallinFatty & Deathly Ill

A remix of "Forest Interlude" from "Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest" on SNES. Also contains a small bit of the original Donkey Kong Theme. This mix took longer to create than it should've. Every time we planned on working on it, we would end up doing something else. But at least it's done now :)

As the sun rises over the trees in the gulch, the dense fog of night fades, and the lingering spirits depart, hiding from the light of day. Because of the absence of the spirits, during the daytime, the stage Ghostly Grove is virtually unplayable, because there is no way to cross the chasms. Save your progress, and wait until nightfall

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This song deserves a 10 for only the simple fact that I was involved in making it.

And because its awesome.

BallinFatty responds:

Mostly because it's awesome. We all know by common fact that because I have more body mass, by default I am what makes it deserving of a 10. A reflective ratio of BMI lol

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Mar 12, 2019
6:36 PM EDT
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3.9 MB
2 min 49 sec

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*Please contact me if you would like to use this in a commercial project. We can discuss the details.